Rice Water for Skin Whitening Naturally
rice water for skin whitening brightspot free complexion naturally use rice water is skin toner and see the magicyou'll have a bright spot free complexion naturally why rice water ricewater is a rich source of vitamins b c and d aside from several essentialminerals and amino acids making it a natural beauty health promotingingredient how do you get rice water rice water isthe blurry whitewater you get from soaking rice in water for some time forthe residual starchy water from boiling rice rice water has been used by asianwomen both in concentrated and fermented
form to derive desired results or evenby diluting it either way it is a readytouse beauty product which lendsitself to skin and hair care very well why lemon juice lemon juice is rich invitamin C and acts as a natural cleanser and bleach here's how you can make thisnatural skin toner at home ingredients one cup rice water 3 tablespoons lemonjuice method of preparation take a handful of rice and soak it in a cup ofwarm water overnight first thing in the morning strain the water and a clean bowl add toit the juice of freshly squeezed lemon
blend it well now refrigerate thissolution for about an hour who our it out in a clean air tight bottle you caneasily use this natural toner for about one week to ten days further on diffakan ball in the rice water mix and cleanse your face thoroughly the dirtand the ground from the day will come out with this and the ph balance of yourface will also be maintained this skin toner controls excessive oil secretionby the skin and will keep the skin tone even well naturally tightening yourpores and boosting skin elasticity in just a few weeks the dark spots andblemishes on your skin will fade away
you won't need any shopbot Turner are sure once you start using this in just acouple of weeks your skin will be a tonne lighter and without sponson starsshare it if you find this natural recipe useful thank you for watching the tutorial pleasesubscribe my channel for more health updates.
Acanthosis Nigricans DermTV Epi 452
The skin condition called Acanthosis Nigricansfortunately is uncommon, but pseudo Acanthosis Nigricans unfortunatelyisn't. If you were formally schooled in Latin, youknow exactly what I'm talking about. But if you weren't, stay tuned! Let's start with what Acanthosis Nigricans, which I'm going to refer to as AN in thisepisode. Start with what it looks like, which'llthen make you want to know more. And just to make it a little more interesting,
the real Acanthosis Nigricans and â€œfauxâ€�Acanthosis Nigricans, which is the more common Pseudo AcanthosisNigricans, look essentially identical. Since Acanthosis just means a thickening orovergrowth of the upper layer of your skin and Nigricansreally means dark or black, if we put this together its really a descriptiveterm from which you expect to see a dark overgrowth or thickeningof your skin. Acanthosis Nigricans appears as tan to darkbrown velvety surfaced plaques with parallel lines which when even deeperlook like velvety parallel ribs
like the nap of carpeting. You usually get it on the parts of the bodywhere skin tends to rub against skin, such as underarms, neck and upper inner thighs, but it can occur in other areas as well. Because these brown, raised, unattractivepatches and plaques don't itch or burn or in any other way botheryou except cosmetically, which is personally important and a real qualityof life issue, the medical importance of Acanthosis Nigricansis why it occurs
and whether it reflects something importantinternally. Most cases of Acanthosis Nigricans are nottrue Acanthosis Nigricans, but fortunately the Pseudo form which occursfrom being overweight. The real Acanthosis Nigricans comes from certainendocrine diseases such as diabetes, polycystic ovary syndrome, other less common hormonal imbalances, But and most importantly, Acanthosis Nigricanscan be a reflection of an internal cancer which most commonly are malignancies of thegastrointestinal tract,
uterus and sometimes even the lung, prostate,breast or ovary. And last there are some people who have AcanthosisNigricans with no apparent associated disease and arenot overweight. For the first group whose Acanthosis is associatedwith obesity, endocrine problems or cancers, treating theunderlying condition will result in a remarkable improvement of the Acanthosis, but what about those people who fortunatelydon't have an underlying disease causing this
but still have the cosmetic impact of thickenedbrown skiné For those people there are ways of minimizing the cosmetic impact of this unusual rash. Because it's caused by thickening and darkeningof the skin, treatment with products that bleach the extrabrown and reduce the dead layers of the skin arehelpful. So believe it or not, even with the unusual, here we are back to treatment with exfoliantsand bleaches once again.
Symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes Signs of Diabetes Type 2
Symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes | Signs of DiabetesType 2 Signs and symptoms of type 2 diabetes oftendevelop slowly. In fact, you can have type 2 diabetes for years and not know it. Lookfor: Increased thirst and frequent urination.Excess sugar building up in your bloodstream causes fluid to be pulled from the tissues.This may leave you thirsty. As a result, you may drink â€” and urinate â€” more than usual. Increased hunger. Without enough insulinto move sugar into your cells, your muscles and organs become depleted of energy. Thistriggers intense hunger.
Weight loss. Despite eating more than usualto relieve hunger, you may lose weight. Without the ability to metabolize glucose, the bodyuses alternative fuels stored in muscle and fat. Calories are lost as excess glucose isreleased in the urine. Fatigue. If your cells are deprived of sugar,you may become tired and irritable. Blurred vision. If your blood sugar is toohigh, fluid may be pulled from the lenses of your eyes. This may affect your abilityto focus. Slowhealing sores or frequent infections.Type 2 diabetes affects your ability to heal and resist infections.
Areas of darkened skin. Some people withtype 2 diabetes have patches of dark, velvety skin in the folds and creases of their bodiesâ€” usually in the armpits and neck. This condition, called acanthosis nigricans, maybe a sign of insulin resistance. When to see a é See your if you notice any type 2 diabetessymptoms.